Captain Zed and the Zee Zone

Captain Zed and the Zee Zone is a short-lived British-American television series, airing on CITV in the United Kingdom.[1] When children go to sleep, it is Captain Zed’s and his partner PJ’s job to prevent children from having nightmares in the dream zone. The 26-episode of 2 series was produced by Collingwood O’Hare for Scottish Television Film Enterprises in association with DIC Entertainment and Shanghai Morning Sun Animation Co., Ltd. and distributed by HIT Communications PLC.

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Captain Zed and the Zee Zone
Created by Tony Collingwood
Developed by Judy Rothman
Phil Harnage
Directed by Tony Collingwood
Composers Andrew Dimitroff
Stephen C. Marston
The Music Team
Barry Trop
Country of origin United Kingdom
United States
Original language English
No. of episodes 26
Executive producers Chris O’Hare
Andy Heyward
Peter Orton
Sandy Ross
Producer Tony Collingwood
Running time 30 minutes
Production companies Tony Collingwood Productions Limited
Scottish Television Film Enterprises
DIC Enterprises[lower-alpha 1]
Distributor HIT Communications PLC
Original network ITV Network (CITV)
Original release 1991 (1991) 
1993 (1993)

In the UK, the series was split in two. The first series had 13 episodes and was first broadcast on October 17, 1991. The second series had 13 episodes and started airing on January 5, 1993.[2] The series was aired again during autumn 1993.

The programme was re-aired in 2009 on wknd@stv – a children’s television strand on Scottish television channel, STV. Although it was co-produced in the United States and featured voice actors mostly from Canada, this show has never aired in North America, nor has it ever had any official Region 1 home video or DVD releases.

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  1. Making the Grade (story: David Ehrman; teleplay: David Ehrman and Tony Collingwood)
  2. Curtain Call (story: Jocelyn Stevenson; teleplay: Jocelyn Stevenson, Judy Rothman, and Tony Collingwood)
  3. Finishing School (story: Tony Collingwood; teleplay: Jack Hanrahan and Eleanor Burian-Mohr)
  4. Revenge of the Killer Bunnies (story: Tony Collingwood; teleplay: Paul Dell and Steven Weiss)
  5. Nasty Norman (story: Tony Collingwood; teleplay: Tony Collingwood, Paul Dell, and Steven Weiss)
  6. Follow the Leader (written by Alisa Marie Schudt)
  7. Monster Factor (written by Tony Collingwood)
  8. Catnapped (based on a story by Harvinda Sikmon, teleplay by Tony Collingwood)
  9. Invasion Dreambase (written by Tony Collingwood)
  10. Growing Pains (written by Phil Harnage and Charles Kaufman)
  11. Christmas Nightmare (story: Phil Harnage and Tony Collingwood; teleplay: Tony Collingwood, Eleanor Burian-Mohr, Jack Hanrahan, and Judy Rothman)
  12. Commander, I Shrunk the Dream Patrol (story: Phil Harnage, Paul Dell, and Steven Weiss; teleplay: Paul Dell and Steven Weiss)
  13. Cries & Dolls (written by Judy Rothman)
  1. Look who’s Dreaming (written by Tony Collingwood)
  2. Farewell, My Bully (written by Tony Collingwood)
  3. The Planet of the Hopeless Liars (written by Tony Collingwood, Steven Weiss, and Paul Dell)
  4. A Dark Day’s Night (written by Tony Collingwood, Jack Hanrahan, and Eleanor Burian-Mohr)
  5. Send In The Clones (written by Judy Rothman)
  6. The Curtain Monster Dream Eaters from Another Dimension (written by Tony Collingwood)
  7. Lost in the Backpack (written by Tony Collingwood, Jack Hanrahan, and Eleanor Burian-Mohr)
  8. Wedding Bells (written by Jocelyn Stevenson and Tony Collingwood)
  9. I Want My Zed T.V. (written by Skip Sheppard and Tony Collingwood)
  10. To Bee Or Not To Bee (story by Selena D’Santos, teleplay by Tony Collingwood)
  11. Mind Over Mutter (written by Paul Dell, Steven Weiss, and Tony Collingwood)
  12. Computer Chaos (based on a story by Harvinda Sikmon, teleplay by Tony Collingwood)
  13. Loch Ness Nightmare (written by Tony Collingwood)

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